I did my first ever air layers on Craven's Craving, and it's been about 7 weeks I decided to look at them. They had a number of roots, but not a super amount. I only scored the bark. next time I will girdle it! I decided to remove them anyway, I really only need two out of three to take. One had a massive amount of roots. No doubt that one will take. I just hope the other two do well.
Water on the lens here, it was raining nice and overcast, a perfect day to do this. My camera is water proof. It can be used for photos or video underwater.
These are all spoken for, and I can't do anymore anytime soon! Figs were removed from the plants too. I need it to focus on establishing itself.
I won't be doing anymore off of CC anytime soon, it is a stub now! I have done this to figs and they will grow back no problem. I once cut one down like this tipped it upside down and removed from the pot. Left it that way with roots exposed to the sun for a month, and it grew! I didn't want the plant. I decided to put it in the ground as the thing was so determined to live. I was trying to kill it!